1550s

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The 1550s decade ran from January 1, 1550, to December 31, 1559.

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1550

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1551[edit]

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1552[edit]

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1553[edit]

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1554[edit]

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1555[edit]

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1556[edit]

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1557[edit]

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1558[edit]

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1559[edit]


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